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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

7 Replies to “Some good reporting followed by good speculation on what should be called, ‘Benghazi-gate’”

  1. I usually stay away from conspiracy theories, but this is believable when you consider the One’s super-sized ego and his need for glory. It is quite telling, isn’t it, how all his machinations have not come to any kind of worshipful fruition among the greater population. Only among the unquestioning gullible does he resonate. But we’ve been looking upon this man for the last four years as the fraud that he is, realizing what a con artist and sleazy bait and switch man he is. And for four years, we’ve been vilified, maligned, persecuted, mocked and reviled for stating that the suit has no man, it’s all an empty suit. There’s no there in that chair.
    The thing that makes this believable is that the SEALS were ORDERED not to intervene.
    The thing that makes this believable is that Obama is cozy with the Muslim Brotherhood, whitewashing all their evil deeds and practices.
    It is no secret that getting the Blind Sheikh back would have been a major blow to the Great Satan. I think, however, they are just as happy with this alternate victory, since it is a humiliation of the Great Satan, as well. These people don’t love Obama the way he thinks they do. He is just as disposable a tool as Carter was, as Clinton was, as any of them are.

  2. Benghazi: Adding new detail to the attack in Libya that killed four Americans, The Wall Street Journal reports that the U.S. effort in Benghazi was at its heart a CIA operation. Of the more than 30 American officials evacuated from Benghazi following the deadly assault, only seven worked for the State Department. Nearly all the rest worked for the CIA, under diplomatic cover, which was a principal purpose of the consulate, officials tell the Journal.


  3. CIA played key role in response to Benghazi attack
    The CIA played a pivotal role in responding to the September 11 attacks on a US consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi, senior intelligence officials revealed on Thursday, hitting back at claims that the agency had mishandled the incident.

    more on the page :

    (FRANCE 24 with REUTERS)

  4. Tunisian held as US Benghazi attack suspect:

    TUNIS, Nov 02, 2012 (AFP) A Tunisian suspected of involvement in the deadly September 11 assault on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, when the American ambassador was killed, has been detained after being expelled from Turkey, the justice ministry said on Friday.

    A ministry statement said two Tunisians were arrested in Turkey and then expelled in mid-October on the basis of information supplied by US intelligence linking them to the attack in which envoy Chris Stevens and three other Americans died.

    “One of the two suspects has been brought before the prosecutor in Tunis, who gave his permission for the alleged crimes he is suspected of to be investigated,” the statement said.

    “The investigating magistrate questioned the suspect on October 23 and decided that he remain in custody for the duration of the inquiry,” said the statement, without mentioning what happened to the second suspect.


  5. This is a most unlikely scenario for the simple reason that releasing the blind sheik in exchange for Ambassador Stevens would in itself be seen as weakness by many Americans. If Obama were to pull such a stunt, he would do it after the election.

    This entire business provides plenty of fodder for meaningful criticism of Obama without resorting to wild theories.

    (I find the very idea of “blaming the movie” to be unacceptable all by itself and more so when one considers that Obama has been assisting the OIC with “defamation of religions” legislation. The more we say that Benghazi was unrelated to the movie, the more Obama gets away with his implied assertion that we should actually care that Muslims riot over trivial things)

  6. Brad the one problem I see in your analysis is that Obama and his people don’t understand how most Americans think, in their minds if they stand up and tell us that releasing the Blind Sheik in exchange for a US ambassador was a good move we would believe them. The big problem with the kidnap scenario is that it sounds like the ravings of a conspiracy nut. Who is right? I don’t know, and I doubt if we will know for several years.

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